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Microlearning in the Digital Age

Author : Joseph Rene Corbeil
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Microlearning in the Digital Age explores the design and implementation of bite-sized learning and training in technology-enabled environments. Grounded in research-based best practices and a robust, eight-dimensional framework, this book applies the latest developments in mobile learning, social media, and instructional/multimedia design to one of today’s most innovative and accessible content delivery systems. Featuring experts from higher education, information technology, digital gaming, corporate, and other contexts, this comprehensive guide will prepare graduate students, researchers, and professionals of instructional design, e-learning, and distance education to develop engaging, cost-effective microlearning systems.

Designing Microlearning

Author : Carla Torgerson
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Learn to Create Effective Microlearning Microlearning is an essential tool that talent development professionals can use to fully engage their learners and tackle organizational performance needs. How do you know if the microlearning approach is successful? And what works? In Designing Microlearning, the newest volume in ATD’s What Works in Talent Development series, experts Carla Torgerson and Sue Iannone answer these and other questions including: • Why choose microlearning for your learners and organization? • How do you determine your approach and then execute the implementation? • How do you demonstrate success? • Where do you go once you’ve started? This guide for practitioners covers the four main uses for microlearning: preparation before a learning event, follow-up to support a learning event, stand-alone training, and performance support. It introduces MILE, the MIcroLEarning Design model, which outlines the details of creating a microlearning resource or program. Discover how to identify performance objectives; determine program technology and structure; create or select resources; promote what you designed; and monitor, modify, and evaluate it. Included are case studies, tips, and resources, as well as more than 20 job aids, checklists, and worksheets. Samples consist of: • an assessment of your organization’s readiness and compatibility for microlearning • a worksheet to guide the design of your microlearning • a tool for aligning your microlearning measurement and evaluation efforts • a communication plan for sharing key information with learners, managers, and stakeholders.

Didactics of Microlearning

Author : Theo Hug
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Interactive Mobile Communication Technologies and Learning

Author : Michael E. Auer
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Interactive mobile technologies have now become the core of many—if not all—fields of society. Not only do the younger generation of students expect a mobile working and learning environment, but also the new ideas, technologies and solutions introduced on a nearly daily basis also boost this trend. Discussing and assessing key trends in the mobile field were the primary aims of the 11th International Conference on Interactive Mobile Communication, Technologies and Learning (IMCL2017), which was held in Thessaloniki from 30 November to 01 December 2017. Since being founded in 2006, the conference has been devoted to new approaches in interactive mobile technologies, with a focus on learning. The IMCL conferences have in the meanwhile become a central forum of the exchange of new research results and relevant trends, as well as best practices. This book contains papers in the fields of: Future Trends and Emerging Mobile Technologies Design and Development of Mobile Learning Apps and Content Mobile Games—Gamification and Mobile Learning Adaptive Mobile Environments Augmented Reality and Immersive Applications Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction Interactive Collaborative and Blended Learning Digital Technology in Sports Mobile Health Care and Training Multimedia Learning in Music Education 5G Network Infrastructure Case Studies Real-World Experiences The content will appeal to a broad readership, including policymakers, academics, educators, researchers in pedagogy and learning theory, school teachers, the learning industry, further education lecturers, etc.

ECEL 2019 18th European Conference on e Learning

Author : Rikke Ørngreen
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The SAGE Encyclopedia of Online Education

Author : Steven L. Danver
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Online education, both by for-profit institutions and within traditional universities, has seen recent tremendous growth and appeal - but online education has many aspects that are not well understood. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Online Education provides a thorough and engaging reference on all aspects of this field, from the theoretical dimensions of teaching online to the technological aspects of implementing online courses—with a central focus on the effective education of students. Key topics explored through over 350 entries include: · Technology used in the online classroom · Institutions that have contributed to the growth of online education · Pedagogical basis and strategies of online education · Effectiveness and assessment · Different types of online education and best practices · The changing role of online education in the global education system

Distance Learning

Author : Michael Simonson
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Distance Learning is for leaders, practitioners, and decision makers in the fields of distance learning, e-learning, telecommunications, and related areas. It is a professional journal with applicable information for those involved with providing instruction to all kinds of learners, of all ages, using telecommunications technologies of all types. Stories are written by practitioners for practitioners with the intent of providing usable information and ideas. Articles are accepted from authors--new and experienced--with interesting and important information about the effective practice of distance teaching and learning. Distance Learning is published quarterly. Each issue includes eight to ten articles and three to four columns, including the highly regarded "And Finally..." column covering recent important issues in the field and written by Distance Learning editor, Michael Simonson. Articles are written by practitioners from various countries and locations, nationally and internationally.

Digital Turn in Schools Research Policy Practice

Author : Terje Väljataga
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This volume is a compilation of selected papers that were presented at the annual conference of the International Council of Educational Media (ICEM) in Tallinn, Estonia, on September 5 - 7, 2018. The book reports on recent interdisciplinary research and innovative practices regarding school-wide implementation of digital innovation and connects it with recent developments in the field of educational media. The key concept is “Digital Turn,” which is understood as a socio-technical transition towards next-generation digital learning ecosystems in education. Although Digital Turn can also be implemented at the classroom or national levels, most of the contributions in this volume take a whole-school perspective on the policies and practices regarding digital innovation, educational media, e-assessment, digital competences of teachers and students as well as learning design and learning analytics.

ECSM 2017 4th European Conference on Social Media

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Instructional Story Design

Author : Rance Greene
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Once Upon a Time, Storytelling Met Instructional Design From children to adults, everybody likes a good story. Stories are memorable, actionable, and emotional. We are constantly making sense of the world by forming stories, and that makes them perfect for instructional design. Instructional Story Design is a practical guide to writing and developing stories for training. It takes what you already know about a story’s power to connect with people and offers a clear methodology for the otherwise daunting process of creating a compelling story. Master story designer Rance Greene shares his powerful yet familiar process to discover, design, and deliver instructional stories. He presents the two essential elements that must be present to tell a story for training: relatable characters and strong conflict. These elements create a desire for resolution and grab learners’ attention. This book offers advice for unearthing the root of the performance problem, creating action lists for learners, and convincing stakeholders about the effectiveness of stories. Case studies from household companies such as Pizza Hut, Southwest Airlines, and PepsiCo show story design in action. Job aids and resources include an audience profile questionnaire, character description worksheet, storyboard template, and tips for developing stories using graphics, audio, and video. With this book, you’ll: • Sharpen your analysis skills to discover potential training stories. • Design relatable stories that concretely connect with learning objectives. • Easily develop captivating stories with tools you already own. • Plan your next steps to implement your instructional story.